BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Beaulac
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... which are great to watch, but quiet and can come from all directions, so extra watchful eyes were needed today for safety.
We made our way down one of the arcades and stopped at Albert Einstein's apartment. He lived here with his family from 1903 - 1905 and it was in Bern that he came up with his revolutionary light quantum hypothesis.
Next stop was the Zytglogge, This is a tower built in the 13th century and during its time has served as a watch ...
Hello family, Hope you’re not partying too much without me!!!
I’m enjoying the trip so far as I don’t have a bed time curfew plus I’m having loads of fun with my friends I also found out that I’m addicted to the gelato here in Italy but now have left. I’ve also enjoyed the long bus trips as it’s fun to take pictures of people sleeping. My favourite places so far was the beach in Positano as its black sand ...
... Halles and the Vieux Ville. We took the funicular up the side of the mountain by the infamous Chateau/Collegial and made our way back to the train station. What better reward than a chocolate McFlurry?! I could not believe that the Neuchatel Gare now has a McDonald's! C'est dommage! It was hard to share my emotions and all the memories that flooded back but the good energy remained thanks to how patient, positive, and curious everybody was to see ...
... arrived at Lauterbrunnen, a small village at the base of the Alps, and boarded a cable car to take us to the next section up the mountain. From there, instead of taking the train, we walked 40 minutes to the small village of Mürren where we stopped for lunch and a look around. The scenery was breath-taking with the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau mountains looming large. The sheer scale and magnitude of the mountains has to be seen to be believed. Every now and ...
... a Bear.
Later on we continued our tour with a 40 minute walk along the Aare river to the Tierpark Dählhölzli which is a small but very nice local Zoo. There we spent a few hours watching more bears, fishes and playful seals.
A short bus ride brought us back to the city where we got a kebab for lunch (not as traditional as a Rosti, but you would be surprised how many kebab stalls you find in ...